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they just watch? liz cheney is here. >> we go on one on one with ohio governor john kasich. mike rowe here at a ford dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event? your ford dealer. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mind to anyone who might be in the market for a new set of res? your ford dealer. i'm beginning to sense a pattern. buy four select tires, get a $60 rebate. use the ford service credit credit card, get $60 more. that's up to $120. where did you get that sweater vest? your ford dealer. >>. >>> now with respect to libya, as i indicated in the last debate. when we received that phone call i immediately made sure that number one, we did everything we could to secure those americans who were still in harm's way. >> greta: but did the president do everything he could? new evidence that the obama administration new the libyan attack was terrorism. fox news obtained internal hamas. showing that al-qaeda linked group claimed res
going to use it to do what they wanted. three months after republican governor john kasich had to give his state of the state address over the shouted cat calls of protesters in the capitol, this truck rolled up at the secretary of state's office in ohio bearing 1,502 boxes of petitions. 1.3 million ohio residents had signed petitions calling for the reveal of the republicans' new union stripping law in the state. it turned in five times the number of signatures they had to turn in to put that thing up for repeal. five times. at the time it happened, somebody sent us this picture of her -- do we have this picture? yeah, there we go. of her republican firefighter husband who had voted for john mccain. can we scroll down? there we go. who had voted for john mccain. now standing out in front of his house with his yard sign calling for the repeal of republicans' union stripping law. this republican firefighter won against the republican party in his state thanks to all those petitions, they got the union stripping law on the ballot for repeal and ohio voted to repeal it by 22 points. it wa
're ask the state's republican governor, john kasich. and also joining us, wisconsin's republican governor, scott walker and colorado's democratic governor, john hickenlooper. analysis on what will tip the scales in this historically tight presidential race. from our roundtable, from msnbc, rachel maddow. "new york times" columnist, david brooks. "washington post" columnist, ej dionne. former ceo of hewlett-packard, now vice chair of the national republican senatorial committee, carly fiorina. and our political director and chief white house correspondent, chuck todd. >>> good morning, on this sunday, as if it weren't enough to have an incredibly tight race, we now have inclement weather that is bearing down on the east coast. hurricane sandy, a super storm as described this could affect more than 50 million people along the east coast. we've got all of this covered, including the political ramifications of the storm, in the coming days as we are just nine days to go until the election. i want to go live first to asbury park on the new jersey shore where nbc's al roker will take us through
. the roundtable stays with us for the hour. i'm about to talk to john kasich in ohio where these themes are perfectly in his wheelhouse, because it's really what's going to decide ohio. before we do that, think it would be so interesting to really understand -- we talk so much about ohio. how do you win the state? how do both campaigns win it. i want to bring chuck back in. we've got a new poll coming out of ohio, 49-49, razor tight before the final debate. take a moment here to take us through how each side thinks they win the state. >> the joke is there are five, it's five states within one state. the five ohios. let me take you through basically the romney pattern here. which is run up the score in coal country, that's what bush did in '04, and win the swing areas of columbus media market, an '04 bush territory. was '08 obama. and win hamilton county. for the president, run up the score in cleveland, cuyahoga county and overperform with working-class white guys in the auto belt, if you will, the toledo area. if you're looking at one county that may tell us more than anything, david,
, they are duking it out here in the state. republican governor john kasich, how he sees the state of the race coming up live. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and you'll never need a referral to see a specialist. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp... and provided by unitedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with all the good years ahead, look for the experience and commitment to go the distance with you. call now to request your free decision guide. to tell rea
of the state with governor john kasich about his concerns. now we're in ham milton county, in cincinnati, ohio. voters in this election will come down yet again to one thing, the economy. >> if our government isn't leading by example then it doesn't set a good example for business to follow. bill: justin cooper runs the recycling business his great-grandfather started almost 90 years ago. his vote is all about his company. >> they said four for four years they will invest nor and more here at home and we haven't seen that. bill: cooper will vote for mitt romney. peggy shannon's cookie business is that rare example of a startup that is thrived in the great recession. after just two years, she is now moving to a larger building but the economy remains her concern. >> from a professional standard you think this is a pretty big investment. are we ever going to get our money back and i'm not sure actually but i think you have to have faith in the economy and faith in america. bill: she has a positive attitude during an election season that turned increasingly bitter even when it comes to sweets. >>
bargaining with the unions, and, john kasich, the same in ohio and, he has gone out and had about 18 tax cut plans, he's straightened out the tax code in ohio and these are the types of things either presidential candidate needs to implement, going forward. to start creating jobs again. >> susan, john makes a good point, fighting unions and collective bargaining, going up against regulations. those are all things that seem to be working on the state level. should the candidates be looking at this? >> you know, on the regulatory front i do agree with john but, the notion that tax rates are the panacea and the policy magic wand is completely false. if you look at iowa, for instance they had a 1% -- highest corporate tax rate of any state in the country and the lowest unemployment rates, 5. % and nevada almost the lowest tax burden on a personal and corporate level, almost the highest unemployment rate. tax rates are not the panacea, the governor romney and a lot of republicans pretend they are, but i think the business climate is an important issue and takes into account things like investment
said unemployment out there 7%, most important number in american politics, john kasich is saying things are getting better. that could save obama in ohio and win the election. >> greta: up next, what is spooky for the republicans. no republican nominee has won without winning ohio. and two minutes, is the government going too far? government going too far? another city may ban sodas. hungry for the best? it's eb. want to give your family the very best in taste, freshness, and nutrition? it's eb. want to give them more vitamins, omega 3s, and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. eb's. the only eggs that make better taste and better nutrition... easy. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. bp has paid overthe people of bp twenty-threeitment to the gulf. billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. d bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're wo
partisan atmosphere i have ever seen. look, look at john kasich. i learned a lot from that man. i came as a young guy in congress under his leadership. following the same trail he blazed. here is a guy, who sees a problem and runs at the problem. that is what leadership is. we got big problems. we do not want a president blaming somebody else for four years. we do not want a president ducking the tough issues, demagoguing the other party. we want a president who will lead and fix this mess and solve our problems and get this country back on the right track. [applause] so it is not enough for us to complain about the broken promises or to simply highlight the fact that president obama cannot run on his record so he is trying to distort hours and distract people to win by default. this is why we are offering specific solutions, specific ideas in how to create 12 million jobs, how to get people back to work, how to confront our problems. number one, and here in ohio, here in this part of ohio, we have so much energy in this country. let's use this energy and put people back to work. let's
been mixed messages. even ohio's republican governor john kasich who was elected in 2010 points to the state's economic gains, like here at the party's convention in tampa. >> that when we came into office we were 48th in job creation. you know where we are today? we're 4th in america in job creation, and number one in the midwest. both campaigns are focused on getting people to the polls, in large numbers and early. a recent court decision here extended the time allowed to vote before election day and 35% of voters are expected to cast their ballots before november 6th. earlier this week in youngstown voters came in steady streams to the polling station for ohio's county. the campaigns know thief ree early vote locks in support they already have. and it's not just economic issues impacting vters heading toast their ballots. >> still pretty undecide. i also feel mitt romney has a lot of ideas about the economy that would be helpfulment i just don't always agree with his women rights ideas. >> regardless of what is driving voters decisions, this corner of ohio could be the key to
back. ♪ ñ ♪ ashley: cleveland rocks. what do the numbers tell us? when john kasich took office last year, don employment rate was 9%. liz claman live at the rock 'n roll hall of theme in cleveland. liz: john kasich has dedicated most of his life to public service. in 1988, four columbus, ohio, you were a congressman and you seemed always to me that you cared about every man and you really cared about job creation. that has not changed. the numbers look a lot better for ohio. >> when i came in, we have lost 400,000 jobs the previous four years. now we are up 123,000 which is really great. our credit outlook has improved. we are doing better. it was about 500 million. now we are number one in the midwest for job creation. liz: having been 48 in the country. >> ohio is incredible. you are kind of an ohio girl even though you come from out west. we have 11.6 million. we have great cities. cleveland is an incredible city. when the reputation catches up with the reality, people will be blown away. we have great cities. great role areas in great suburbs. what we have done is we have built
. republican argue though that ohio's economy will be better with a republican in the white house. john kasich is the governor. >> if romney wins i believe we're going to see a significantly improved economy, that's why i'm for him. >> reporter: more than 800,000 people have voted early in ohio so far, allowing both parties to separate those who cast ballots from those who may need a bit more coaxing. the ones now getting analyzed with microscopic intensity. bob bennett is chairman of ohio's republican party. >> i think that if most people knew the type of information that we had in our database, that they would be shocked, and probably not too happy with it. >> reporter: and it does seem a bit intrusive as both campaigns draw conclusions about who to pursue based on things like what churches they attend, what cars they drive. an jeff, even what magazines they read. >> glor: dean reynolds, thank you. later a running club that offers a new path for the homeless. floods in venice leaving tourists with a sinking feeling. and the big impact of a senate race in big sky country-- montana. those stor
:00 p.m. eastern governor john kasich will join us. we have the mayor, who is a democrat. john kasich is a republican. the mayor is a democrat. he is coming on as well. the two have worked together, jon. that is how we brought the unemployment rate down. back to you. jon: 3% drop in unemployment over that time. i mean it shows it can be done, right? >> better than the national average. and ohio was the 48th in job creation for all states in america. now, they're number four. not bad. jon: liz claman, we'll look forward to your reporting. thank you. jenna: way too early to say who will win in november but plenty of people think they know who won last night. the best political team coverage anywhere how what happened on stage in denver may shape the race most surprising the whole evening felt as this owe bottom obama was back in 2008 only to demonstrate a sense of cool, calm collected necessary to persuade the voters that they could do what they desperate rewanted to do, change course. >> you have a word of caution, tell bus this. >> a terrific performance by romney. the media has decid
governor john kasich has been telling ohioans. and of course he is taking credit for the job numbers and the economy in ohio. and yet here comes romney saying things are bad and elect him to president -- as president to get better. and so we've got this -- he's got this problem with the leader of the republican party in ohio. >> paul, something that i found that i have found particularly striking over the last week or so, you guys have started to release some information with regards to early voting in that state. for folks who haven't been following ohio as closely as everyone else, what seems to be the trend with regards to early voting and governor romney and president obama? >> well, the early voting started on october 2nd. and not coincidentally, michelle obama was in cincinnati area that day. but there has been a huge turnout. at least in the southwest ohio area. and i think in other parts of the state as well that there has been a higher number than in 2008. >> yeah. >> and i'm not sure what that means in terms of who is turning out the vote. you see both candidates urging the
with george herbert walker bush in 1990, with bill clinton, john kasich. when i left, we were paying off debt. i have promised in this campaign to cross party lines and have already done so with social security, with medicare, with additional cuts that i think will put me in a position to work with republicans who have not outsourced their loyalty to this lobbyist grover norquist by pledging not to raise taxes. i think we can get it done. you just have to do it. you have to be willing to actually cross those party lines. the results thus far have been encouraging. we're only five points behind. we have i think a significant issue. my opponent got caught trying to take her neighbor's property, and it very much connects with what she's been saying in this campaign. in very soothing tones, i won't hurt your social security, medicare, keep your commitment to seniors and veterans, but her budget proposal does just the opposite. it takes benefits and an awful lot of prosperity from working nebraskans. >> we'll get to that thing locally in a moment, but, you know, there is a tradition in your state
the way they won the recall he was confident on the tickets they would win. i saw john kasich. it is on the road they are going to get there. senator from ohio thinks it's coming together in a huge way. they announced recently 5 trillion barrels of oil in canton area around youngstown many new jobs suddenly image the new north talk could be ohio. these kind of things are all coming together in a positive way for romney. you have obama who failed to show up for the first debate was far too aggressive in the second and third debates has a vice president who looked irrational as he drunk five red bulls. the pressure in chicago muss be extraordinary. >> so many political strategists say that you almost have to win ohio. no republican ever became president who hasn't won ohio. the unemployment level is down below the national average. if you say there's a new version on the horizon why obama doesn't get credit to this why it would go towards president obama over governor romney. >> the first thing is every person who goes and fills up their tank with gas they pay $2 a gallon extra
at the economic numbers in ohio. it's been funny at the personality level to see john kasich talk about how much better things have gotten under his leadership. we'd really to prefer you say things are going badly. as the campaign shrinks down to a small number of swing states and they have that improving economic numbers problem as it were on the republican side in florida and ohio, does that change the type of argument they need to make about change? about why mitt romney is the guy who should be trusted to do things differently than barack obama? >> they are hitting it there. basically things are on the upswing in ohio. and to keep it going, you need to change leadership in washington. that's a strange message. it's true if you look at the numbers in ohio and to an extent in wisconsin. if you look nationally at where obama has been bleeding support, not as much in ohio. not nearly as dramatic. you can definitely link that to the economy there, to the bailout there, and i can think it's a small example, the 1988 election. a sea of red on the electoral map. bush won coast to coast. there were t
that rachel. >> i think what's interesting is what's happened in ohio politics. looking at john kasich, the last tyke i heard him talk that much uninterrupted was over union rights. they stripped union rights there was a huge backlash in the state. there was a referendum, they lost by 22 points. were trying to get rid of half ofa
and aggressive governor john kasich already. he painted the narrative that jobs are being created again in ohio and companies are coming back. after super tuesday, the romney camp changed their strategy. no longer recovery. john kasich jump on board and we have seen little discussion about some of the worst conditions in the state. it's been a troubling narrative and a challenging one for the romney camp to try to get on board. it's the economy good? host: it's important to remember in ohio, people associate the american auto industry. industry. much of northern ohio is dependent upon the success of the auto industry, which is why 's statementney h about letting detroit go bankrupt and has had ramifications for ohio as well. host: let's go to mark joining us from ohio. a democrat. caller: i wanted to talk to you guys about the environment and something that was set in the debate last week. the president had the lead on energy and he said we were dealing now more than ever for gas and oil and he's right. then mr. romney came back with our bottle saying, mr. president, are drilling more for gas a
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in john kasich. host: this statement was issued from the family of george mcgovern who passed away this morning. he turned 90 this summer. we're blessed to nil our father lived a long productive life advocating for the hungry, been a progressive voice for millions and fighting for peace. he continued giving speeches and advising past his 90th birthday, which he celebrated this summer. george mcgovern passed away at the age of 90. he was the 1972 democratic presidential nominee. his legacy in democratic party politics? guest: i can remember those times my wife called me as i was on the way to the studio to give me the news about george mcgovern. he was openly anti-war during his campaign. a lot of people think perhaps his stance on the war in vietnam at that time may have lost him the election for to richard nixon. host: we will go next to scott joining us from st. augustine, fla. caller: good morning. how are you doing? in ohio, understand early voting has started. how is that going? guest: it started on october 10. it is going well from what i understand. i have not been to the ac
started in ohio before john kasich became governor. if you look at the data, ohio's unemployment declined 1.6% in 2010. it declined another 1.7% in the first year and a half of the kasich administration. ohio's recovery is due in large part -- it's due in large part to two things, i believe. that's the recovery act which enabled us to stabilize ohio and to stop the free fall and, secondly, candy, it's the auto rescue. one in eight jobs in ohio is related to the auto industry. mitt romney said let detroit go barupt, but today in toledo and in youngstown and in the cleveland area multimillion-dollar investments are being made by gm and chrysler. people are working, and ohio's economy is benefitting as a result. >> senator dewine, i want to give you the last word on this. the car industry is a powerful argument. >> candy, if you asked ohioans why ohio is starting to come back, the majority of hawaii and -- ohioans will say governor kasich. he inherited an $8 billion shortfall -- >> no, it was not. >> i didn't interrupt you. i didn't interrupt you. 87 cents -- >> i want you to tell the truth.
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